Anyone else just ready to take a deep breath in, hold for ten seconds and then slowly release? I know I am. It seems that ever since Gavin died our life has been one giant whirlwind, which is kinda cool and fun but at the same time left it's marks on our tired bodies. We are ready to get in a serious routine.
For those of you who know me you know that I am a woman of routine -- I run a tight shift and I like it that way. How do you think we managed to life our life as active as we did with our little boy who required around the clock intensive care -- it was all about the routine. Since Gavin died, my routine needs to be redefined. Life is no longer run by the next med dose or next iv infusion but rather it now needs to be run by giving my little girl a sense of normal life. We will do lots of fun things and make lots of new friends but we will also make sure to have quiet time, down time and time as a family. That's easier said than done -- especially for a women who has thrived on chaos over the pst few years.
We will do it -- as a family. We are excited for lots of new things happening this year, new opportunities and new goals to be accomplished!